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2017 / 2018 IHS PhD Scholarships At George Mason University, USA

Posted by on October 6th, 2016




2017 / 2018 IHS PhD Scholarships At George Mason University, USA 

We are pleased to announce to you that the George Mason University, USA is offering The Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) scholarships to aspiring International PhD students who wants to undertake the course in the university.

This scholarship makes it possible for International PhD students to gain access to George Mason University vast network of liberty-advancing scholars.

During this scholarship, applicants will receive invitations to exclusive workshops designed specifically to help graduate students improve their research and further their academic career.


– Applicants must be International students.

– Applicants must have completed their Bachelors and masters degree program.

– Applicants must have received an offer of place at George Mason University.

– Applicants must have strong academic skills.

Application Process

Applicants will need two reference letters from professors. Both of your referees should email their letters directly to by March 15.

The following documents are required:

– A Curriculum Vitae (CV)

– GRE, GMAT, or LSAT scores and percentiles. (Unofficial scores are acceptable.)

– A statement of all other funding you will be receiving (stipends, fellowship, etc.). This does not include tuition assistance.

– An electronic transcript from your current (or most recent) institution. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable.

– If you have defended your dissertation proposal, include your proposal defense as well.

Application Deadline

The application deadline for this scholarship is on March 15 2017

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